This depends entirely on whether a company proactively hid facts, willfully ignored their own sales statistics which would have clearly shown abusive distribution patterns, and/or lied to protect profits in lieu of ensuring public safety. I think there are clear examples of this for some companies. I think others may have simply responded to provide services for those prescribed to take their medications. There is a lot more to this then just avowing the big pharma is inherently evil and a wealthy source a revenue to support governmental rehab services. Not to diminish the significance of stopping abusive/harmful practices that violate public trust for profits - it is not clear why this special legislation is needed. I would think that existing law and legal precedents exist which should govern legal action. It would be easy for juries to be emotionally swayed by the 'evil's of big pharma' to bring about judgements that principally benefit the lawyers capable of swaying the emotions of a jury. I would hate to further open that door without clear cause to do so.